Please join us for a drinks reception to celebrate the launch of a stunning new ‘coffee table’ book, showcasing the buildings at the heart of local democracy, the pride and passion of the public servants who work in them and the residents and architects who care about them
Public Sector Fund events
A half day briefing reviewing the outlook for the UK economy, including interest rates.
We will look in detail at the prospects for the property sector, for cash investments and for a range of ‘alternative‘ assets that are increasingly a feature of diversified portfolios and will present all in an informative and accessible way.
There will be time for discussion and questions both with the presenters and your peers across the sector.
The event closes with a networking lunch.
A half day briefing reviewing the current investment environment the opportunities and risks of the year ahead, focusing directly on the areas of most interest to local authority investors. Including:
- the impact of new regulations on money funds
- risks and returns in the property markets
- building a portfolio for the long term (because we could be here for some time)
Presentations will feature the views of CCLA’s investment team and the expectations of independent sector experts.
Delegates at this event will explore ways to overcome the widely acknowledged malaise and sense of alienation dividing communities throughout the UK following the Brexit vote.
A gathering of local councils clerks and senior council employees from the East of England. SLCC members work for 5,000 councils in England and Wales.
A gathering of local council clerks and senior council employees from the East of England. SLCC members work for 5,000 councils in England and Wales.
This event is aimed at reinvigorating district councils who have an interest in health and wellbeing and showcasing some of the good work that the DCN’s members are already doing on dementia prevention and adaptation.
Council leaders, chief executives, senior officers, lead members and policy makers across all services provided by local authorities. This year CCLA will partner with World Merit, a charity encouraging young people to take local action on the global environmental challenges identified by the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.
This event is for leaders in the voluntary sector with speakers including Sir Stuart Etherington, Chief Executive of NCVO, Julia Unwin, Chief Executive of Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Bear Grylls, the UK’s Chief Scout.
SLCC’s training seminar for members in Wales. SLCC members work for 5,000 councils in England and Wales.